I bought this for my three year old son's birthday. Based on reviews from other sites, two year olds were having a blast with this Power Wheels Red Jeep Rubicon by Fisher Price. However, my three year old cannot steer or use the Jeep at the present time. Nevertheless, my review is still positive because it is not the toy's fault my little one needs a lot of help figuring this one out. I gave it four stars because I truly believe it should have seat belts. I realize it is only five miles per hour but it is pretty jerky and seat belts teach safety as well. Additionally, having doors that open and close would be better than having to climb over into the Jeep. This doesn't seem to bother the kids, it is just more of a personal opinion. This Rubicon Jeep is actually pretty cool. The battery is located under the hood just like a real jeep and my son loves popping open the hood to repair his jeep just like Daddy. It also makes charging the battery super easy. Another neat feature is that the shifter is realistic and easy to use to put jeep in drive or reverse. I also like that when your child takes their foot off the gas pedal the Jeep immediately stops rolling. This takes the guesswork out of trying to teach them to apply the brakes. My hubby and Grandpa assembled the Jeep. Both said that it had a ton of pieces but that it was manageable with two people. They said reading the instructions was important and that the stickers took the longest. We live in a neighborhood with sidewalks and the Jeep drives great. It does not do that great on grass especially wet grass. The seat is wide enough for two kids to sit comfortably. Overall, I do recommend the Power Wheels Red Jeep Rubicon by Fisher Price.